Examples of doping in a Sentence
increased efforts to detect doping at the Olympic Games
Recent Examples of doping from the Web
The USTA awarded a wild-card invitation to Sharapova, who is ranked 147th after returning from a 15-month doping suspension in April.
Trouble across the globe The Rio Olympic scandal actually started as an international investigation into alleged Russian doping and corruption among leaders of the International Association of Athletics Federations.
And after years of being hounded by suspicions of doping — never proven and always denied — nothing phases him.
Filmmaker Bryan Fogel set out to make a gonzo documentary about doping—and ended up unearthing the largest, most unbelievable sports scandal in recent memory.
Sharapova, 30, made a comeback from a 15-month doping suspension in April, but missed the grass-court season this summer due to a thigh injury.
Both Armstrong and Landis have had their titles stripped due to allegations of doping.
Folks like Victor Conte, the mastermind of the BALCO doping scandal that swept Bonds into its vortex, predicted exactly this.
One multi-time major champ (Maria Sharapova) has been idled by a doping suspension and then injury.
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First Known Use of doping
DOPING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of doping for English Language Learners
: the illegal use of a drug (such as a steroid) to improve an athlete's performance
medical Definition of doping
- … nearly two dozen athletes … have been banned from the Olympics in the last two weeks for doping violations.
- —Philip Hersh, The Chicago Tribune, 8 Aug. 2008
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